International Anti-Corruption Day
NARA Releases Katyn Documents
The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration released over 2,000 pages of files, including newly declassified information, on their web site. This newly available information will greatly contribute to our knowledge about this crime against the Polish Nation.
CLICK HERE: To visit the National Archives and read the Report
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Webcast: International Youth Day
U.S. Secretary of State’s new Special Adviser on Global Youth Issues, Zeenat Rahman discussed the importance of U.S. engagement with youth. Event took place on August 9, 2012. Video
Young Journalists’ Essay Competition
Wprost weekly and U.S. Embassy Warsaw are excited to announce this year’s annual essay competition for young journalists. Read more.
American Education Fair
READ MORE: U.S. Academic Institutions Look to Attract Polish Students (PDF 38.25 Kb)
Minister Radosław Sikorski in DC
by Secretary Clinton and Polish Foreign Minister Radosław
Sikorski following their bilateral meeting at the Department of
"Let Poland Be Poland"
Thirty years ago, the United States Information Agency (USIA) worked with private partners to produce a TV film, “Let Poland Be Poland” to show support for the Solidarity movement and the Polish people following the imposition of martial law.
To mark the 30th Anniversary of martial law in Poland and the American response, the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw is posting highlights from the film “Let Poland Be Poland,” on YouTube, starting on December 13, and running through January 31st (the 30th anniversary of the film’s broadcast). [more]
· WATCH: Bonus Segment #1: Pope John Paul II
· WATCH: Bonus Segment #2: Amb. Feinstein’s Interview
· WATCH: Part #7: Rallies
· WATCH: Part #6: Political Leaders
· WATCH: Part #5: Exiled Poles
· WATCH: Part #4: Kirk Douglas
· WATCH: Part #3: Czeslaw Milosz
· WATCH: Part #2: Max von Sydow on Solidarity
· WATCH: Part #1: Introduction with Charlton Heston
· READ about the interview with TVP
· READ more about martial law
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